Monthly Archives: December 2015

Established in 2008, 39 Celsius Web Marketing Consulting is a San Diego SEO company providing a full set of digital marketing services. We have offices in Rancho Bernardo and Temecula. Our team draws on experiences from entrepreneurship, and corporate so we understand the immediate needs of SMBs to produce results, in addition to more formal […]

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Our mission: Improve and maintain the health and well-being of the whole person by providing access to high quality healthcare and community services. Since 1977, Mountain Health, a private, non-profit community health center organization, has provided high quality, comprehensive compassionate primary health care to the people in our communities regardless of their ability to pay. […]

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Nationwide, chauffeured transportation businesses consistently struggle to find qualified employees. However, for Sean Steeves and Eve Nasby, current members of the Chamber’s Defense, Veterans & Military Committee, there is abundance of talent found in San Diego’s veterans community. From Sean Steeves, the Assistant General Manager of Torrey Pines Town Car: We have three chauffeurs who are veterans, and […]

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The SANDAG iCommute program is offering a total of $30,000 in grants for programs that promote biking as an excellent option for commuting! Eligible applicants include: local government, nonprofit, and community-based organizations; colleges and universities; business improvement districts; main districts; and chambers of commerce. Organizations with an innovative idea for promoting bike transportation can use the grant to turn their […]

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Last week, San Diego’s City Council made headlines by unanimously voting to approve an ambitious Climate Action Plan. The Chamber, along with a diverse coalition of business and community leaders, released the following statement: “Everyone agrees that we need to reduce carbon emissions. It’s important for a healthy environment, but it’s also important for a healthy economy. The San […]

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Last night, the U.S. Congress approved a five-year reauthorization of the U.S. Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank as part of the $305 billion U.S. highway funding plan. The Ex-Im Bank, which previously expired in June, has played a vital role in expanding our binational region’s economy by allowing small and large businesses to expose their products to the […]

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The City of San Diego is expected to consider approval of its draft Climate Action Plan by the end of this year, outlining a series of steps to reduce local greenhouse gas emissions over the coming decades. Creating a healthier and more sustainable environment is a goal that should unite all San Diegans, and is […]

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ACTION ALERT: We need your help to ensure our policy leaders hear directly from the business community on how the Trans-Pacific Partnership will benefit them. To get involved, contact our staff to sign-on to the Chamber’s open letter of support and/or participate in a quick survey from Business Forward on how the Trans-Pacific Partnership will affect […]

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Yesterday, Councilmember Mark Kersey announced Rebuild San Diego, a ballot measure that – if passed – will secure $4-5 billion to finance infrastructure improvements over the next 30 years. The secures funds through three revenue streams: Future sales tax growth, Savings from voter-approved pension reform, and Half of all new major general fund growth. A tax increase is […]

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Last month, the San Diego City Council voted to increase water rates by 16 percent in 2016. Although the new rates will affect both businesses and residents, the Chamber is in support of the measure, as it is necessary to create a safe and reliable water supply for the region. Up to 90 percent of […]

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